Tour – Trip in Argolis, Hellas Greece.

Nafplion, Greece (0)
from/per person 280 
  • Cultural
  • Access for disabled
  • Groups allowed
  • Pet allowed
  • Tour guides

Description

We start from Athens and via the Seaside National Highway we reach the Isthmus of Corinth, where we will have our first stop, which will last for 10 – 15 minutes. The Isthmus of Corinth is about 6km long and connects The Aegean Sea with the Ionian Sea, separating Central Greece from the Peloponnese.
We continue to Ancient Corinth, where we find the Temple of Apollo, the Museum of Ancient Corinth, The Roman Head of The Goddess Luck (Tichy), the Terracotta Sphinxes and several Mycenaean and Corinthian pottery.
Our next stop is Epidaurus, with its majestic theatre, its wonderful museum and the temple of Asclepius, son of the God Apollo, where, according to Mythology he was born.
Mycenae is our next stop, with its Cyclopean Walls, Agamemnon’s Treasures, the City of Mycenae, the Lions’ Gate and Agamemnon’s Tomb.
The cosmopolitan Nafplion is our last stop. The first capital city of modern Greece, with its picturesque alleys, Bourtzi and the Venetian Fort of Pallamidi. At Nafplion we can stop to have a meal, wander in the city alleys and shop in the numerous souvenir shops.

Duration of Trip – Prices

Trip duration: 10 hours.
Mercedes E class (1 – 4 people): €280
Minivan (5 – 7 people):  €350
Minibus (8 – 11): please contact us

Notes

The vehicles are Mercedes E class with an English speaking driver.
The drivers are not professional tour guides, so they cannot follow you and are not licenced to guide you in archaeological sites and museums. The drivers know History and Mythology and can provide you with information concerning all sites that you visit. This knowledge is of adequate level. If you wish to have a guide we can appoint you to one and of course, this service comes with an extra charge.
Included in the price you will find all local duties, fuel, VAT, toll fees and the charge of luggage.
Drinks, refreshments, meals, admission tickets for the archaeological sites and museums are not included in the price.
The price concerns the vehicle and NOT each person individually.

Useful information

Wear comfortable clothes and trainers, also a hat and sunglasses. Photographing of the sites is allowed.


Schedule

Holidays

  • January 1st - closed
  • January 6th – closed
  • March 25th – closed
  • Holy Saturday – 08.30-15.00
  • Holy Friday – closed until 12.00
  • Easter Day – closed
  • Easter Monday – 08.30-15.00
  • May 1st – closed
  • Holy Spirit Day – 08.30 – 15.00
  • August 15th – closed
  • October 28th – closed
  • December 25th – closed
  • December 26th – closed

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